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KPD Incident Reports for Nov 4 -10, 2018

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The Kennedale Police Department reported the following 20 incidents for the one week period November 4 – November 10, 2018. The reports included DWI, identity theft, copper theft, assault and forgery. {{more: continue …}}
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These reports and others were in addition to on-going investigations. These do not include calls where no report was written. Some of the offenses, after further investigation, may have been deemed unfounded.
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Incident Reports …
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11/4 – Driving While Intoxicated – Mansfield Cardinal Road: At 12:55 a.m. officers responded to a report of a vehicle in a ditch. Two females were with the vehicle and contact was made with a female who stated she was the driver. The female appeared to have been drinking and was unable to successfully complete a field sobriety assessment. She was arrested for DWI and transported to a hospital for a blood draw. She was then taken to jail for booking.

11/4 – Possession Control Substance/Possession Marijuana/ Parole Violation – North Road: At 4:30 a.m. officers were patrolling a neighborhood when they observed a vehicle that belonged to a female who had an active parole violation arrest warrant issued out of Tarrant County. Upon making contact with the resident it was determined that the wanted person was in a back bedroom of the home. Officers located her hiding in the bathroom shower. She was placed under arrest and was found to be in possession of both marijuana and methamphetamine. She was transported to jail for booking. The narcotics were placed in evidence.

11/4 – Theft $100 to $750 – Susan Drive: At 12:00 p.m. a victim reported to police that her backyard shed had been illegally entered. One item valued at $300.00 had been removed. The victim named a possible known suspect.

11/4 – Assault (Bodily Injury) (Family Violence) -? At 4:27 p.m. officers responded to a domestic disturbance. Two female roommates had been arguing when the suspect became physical and attempted to keep the victim from leaving the residence. The victim was located in another nearby residence that was occupied by her parents. The suspect was placed under arrest for the assault and transported to jail. She was also charged with two outstanding warrants from Grand Prairie.

11/4 – Assault (Bodily Injury) (Family Violence) -? At 2:56 p.m. officers responded to a domestic disturbance. A female reported that her 16 year old son had assaulted her as she tried to prevent him from leaving the house. The son left out of a side door as the officers arrived at the front. A warrant will be issued for his detention.

11/5 – Delivery of Marijuana – Kennedale New Hope Road: At 1:20 a.m. officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. The vehicle interior smelled of marijuana. The adult male driver was found to be in possession of marijuana and THC oil as well as paraphernalia used to distribute the drugs. He was arrested and transported to jail for booking.

11/5 – Theft of Materials ALUM/BRNZ/COPPER/BRASS – W. Kennedale Parkway: At 9:00 a.m. a victim reported that unknown persons had entered her property that morning at 1:51 a.m. and removed rolls of copper wire valued at $4,000.00. The theft was observed on security cameras on the property.

11/5 – Incident – Hudson Village Creek Road: At 2:00 p.m. an officer responded to a noise complaint. A citizen filed a complaint about noise from a nearby raceway. The complainant provided a written statement and copies of sound readings that she had taken.

11/6 – Fraudulent Use/Possession of Identifying Info – IH 20 Service Road: At 12:00 a.m. an officer observed a vehicle commit a traffic violation. Upon stopping that vehicle the adult female driver stated that she had borrowed the vehicle from a friend but could not provide any contact information. The vehicle, a 2018 GMC truck, was registered to U-Haul but had no decals. The decal outlines were visible on the paint where they had been removed. The driver was arrested for the traffic offense and the vehicle was impounded to be held for the Tri-County Auto Theft Task Force. She was also charged with possessing four credit cards belonging to an unknown female. The cards were in her purse.

11/6 – Incident – Corry A. Edwards Drive: At 9:00 a.m. a school resource officer at the junior high school was informed that faculty had found a student to be in possession of written documents outlining the robbery of a big box retailer. The student lives in Arlington. The case has been turned over to investigators.

11/8 – Delivery of a Controlled Substance, Unlawfully Carrying Weapon – W. Kennedale Parkway: At 12:00 a.m. officers stopped a vehicle for an expired registration. The adult male was found to have outstanding arrest warrants from Kennedale. He was placed under arrest for the warrants. When the driver exited his vehicle officers observed a small bag in the driver side floorboard. The bag contained what was later determined to be cocaine. Officers also located paraphernalia used to distribute narcotics. The driver was transported to jail for booking.

11/8 ? Theft $2,500 to $30,000 – W. Kennedale Parkway: At 7:30 a.m. a victim reported to police that unknown person(s) entered his business property overnight. Tools valued at $5,300.00 were taken.

11/8 – Application for Mental Detention and Observation -? At 11:20 a.m. officers responded to a report of a suspicious person. An adult female was observed sitting in the street and tearing up mail. It was determined that the female did not live in the area and was tearing up mail from a nearby mailbox. The female?s actions and statements were erratic and she was determined to be having some type of mental episode. She was detained and transported to JPS Hospital for a mental evaluation.

11/8 – Assault (Bodily Injury) – At 4:09 p.m. officers responded to a disturbance. A bus driver reported that a fight had occurred. Officers interviewed several juveniles who stated that a fight had occurred. When a male student attempted to stop the fight he was knocked down and assaulted by another student. Several of the students had already gotten off of the bus. A case has been referred to investigators. The victim?s mother stated she would take him for medical treatment.

11/10 – Driving While Intoxicated – E. Kennedale Parkway: At 1:21 a.m. an officer stopped a vehicle for an equipment violation. The adult male driver appeared to have been drinking and was unable to successfully complete a field sobriety assessment. The driver was arrested for DWI. He was transported to jail for booking and a blood draw.

11/10 – Incident – Anglin Drive: At 3:41 a.m. officers were dispatched to a hit and run accident. The vehicle was located in Forest Hill on Anglin Drive. The adult male driver was passed out behind the wheel and had difficulty waking up. The male kept reaching for the console of the vehicle but could not stay awake long enough to reach what he was looking for. After finally getting the male alert enough to open the vehicle door it was determined that he had several outstanding arrest warrants from Lewisville. The driver was also in possession of marijuana and a .380 caliber handgun. The handgun was located in the area where the driver had been reaching for earlier. He was arrested and transported to jail for booking.

11/10 – Driving While Intoxicated with a Child under 15 – N. New Hope Road: At 5:35 p.m. an officer responded to a report of an intoxicated driver. The vehicle was located and stopped. The adult male driver and his adult female passenger appeared to have been drinking heavily. The female had vomited in the front seat of the vehicle. The driver was unable to successfully complete a field sobriety assessment and was placed under arrest. Also occupying the vehicle?s back seat were two small children, ages two and three. They were checked by paramedics and then turned over to a family member who responded to the scene. The female was arrested for public intoxication.

11/10 – Theft $2,500 to $30,000 – J.R. Hawkins Road: At 10:03 p.m. a victim reported that a possible known suspect has entered her home and removed jewelry. No value was given for the missing items.

11/10 – Incident – Wildcat Way: At 2:00 p.m. officers stopped a vehicle pulling an unlicensed trailer. The driver had no paperwork for the trailer and it appeared to have been recently painted. No VIN was located. The trailer was impounded for further investigation by the Auto Theft Task Force.

11/10 – Forgery of Financial Instrument – Greenview Lane: On this date a victim reported that a known person had stolen checks and had written them out to herself. The bank notified the victim about the checks and the account was frozen. Investigators are following up.
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